Real Estate News Headlines (February 15th 2017)

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Entertainment district, luxury units dominate Toronto condo market

According to Toronto Star,

The party is set to carry on in Toronto’s entertainment district. That neighbourhood will continue to dominate the downtown condo market again this year with 24 projects under development near King St. West between Spadina Ave. and Simcoe St.
There are 4,431 condos for sale there at an average price of $919 per squ. ft., according to a sweeping survey of Toronto real estate by online development hub BuzzBuzzHome.

The detail is here.

Real estate experts weigh in on the effect of rising mortgage rates on the market in 2017

According to BuzzBuzzNews,

As historically low national mortgage rates begin to rise in 2017, real estate experts are speculating on how these rising interest rates could affect the US housing market. And, while most experts agree that rising interest rates could have a drastic impact on affordability for some homebuyers, the news isn’t all bleak.

The detail is here.


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